Hospitality Inn Port Hedland
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLochend Chalets Port of Menteith
Staff and Meals, and accommodation very good. The Motel is very clean and tidy, and the staff were very helpful.
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Travel Blogs from Port Hedland
... due to the red dust. I went on a tour of the port with the 'Seafarers' which was really interesting and got up close to the large ships. Stayed at Blackrock CP in South Hedland and got the van fitted with new tyres after a blow-out on the way ...
An overnight at the De Grey roadside stop about 100k's north of Port Hedland. It was a large, mostly dry, riverbank with lots of grazing cattle wandering through the campsites. Relaxing afternoon where we went for a long walk and watched the NRL preliminary ...
... although like an oasis in the desert was richly rewarded at $1.69/ltr for diesel. As the highway etched its way south, it strayed further eastward away from the coast into more plains and red dirt. Then suddenly after a "famous homemade sausage roll" from Pardoo Roadhouse, the striking red of the Pilbara landscape loomed at the end of a very long straight road. Awesome colours in the afternoon sun as we set up camp a Degreys River ...
... flashing domes and glow tape everywhere. You half expect to see a mix of John Wayne and Crocodile Dundee saunter past. We did wish to do a 2 hour harbour cruise past the behemoths at the loading docks and the inner harbour, however, the next paragraph shall explain why we passed on that experience! Cook Point Caravan Park, at $54 per night for a powered site, was one of the most expensive, and worst ...
... the hare and tortousie. From Pardoo Roadhouse we travelled together down to DeGrays Rest Area, 50km north of Port Hedland, and camped together on
the south side of DeGrays River away from the rest of the campers. After setting up we went for a walk down to the river, only to come across Jean and Ted walking the railway track. So off we all went across the disused railway bridge to the north side ...